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Animal Science Chapter 5
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What is lard?
What is farrowing?
What is mother breeds?
What is a gilt?
What are synthetic lines?
What is Duroc?
What is Berkshire?
What is Chester White?
What is Spotted Poland China?
What is Landrace?
Name the 3 phases of the swine industry. What is farrowing, growing, and finishing?
Universal Swine Identification System What is ear notching?
The time between fertilization and giving birth. What is gestation?
What is fertilization?
What is 114 days or 3 months, 3 weeks, 3 days?
What is evaluate animals from the
What is underline quality?
What is balance?
What is cheeks and jowls?
What is over and behind the shoulders, ham-loin junction, dimple just in front of tailhead?
What is Denmark?
What are needle teeth?
What are amino acids?
What is efficient?
What is estrus?
What is leaner?
Weight of the average pig ready for market. What is 220-260?
What is protein?
What is iron?
What is fertilization?
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